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Distance

10.14 mi

Elevation gain

33 ft

Technical difficulty

Easy

Elevation loss

33 ft

Max elevation

45 ft

Trailrank

24

Min elevation

9 ft

Trail type

Loop
  • Photo of Exploring Charles Bronson State Forest - northern section
  • Photo of Exploring Charles Bronson State Forest - northern section
  • Photo of Exploring Charles Bronson State Forest - northern section
  • Photo of Exploring Charles Bronson State Forest - northern section

Time

5 hours 37 minutes

Coordinates

6310

Uploaded

May 5, 2015

Recorded

May 2015

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45 ft
9 ft
10.14 mi

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near Chuluota, Florida (United States)

On my second trip to this part of CBSF, I saw a lot of wildlife. Hunting season is closed, so the deer and turkeys came out of hiding. If you would like to read more (and see more photos) click on "View more"

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Parked by trail entrance

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Cattle building by entrance

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First deer today.jpg

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Pasture view

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Pastorial pano

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Feeder

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Old feeder - probably for deer

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Trail heading east

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Another trail to east

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Creek - mostly dry today

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Hunt stand by trail

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Inside hunt stand

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Orange flagged trail

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Thick muck blocks the way

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Tree claw reaching

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Old cedar planks

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Dry creek crossing trail

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Water levels lower than last trip

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Tortise shell

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Entering white blazed trail

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White blazes

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First bridge

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Turkey creek

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Second bridge - Turkey creek

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Third bridge

2 comments

  • Alan Zoellner May 8, 2015

    Andy,
    always enjoy your reading your hikes blogs of east central Florida. As you know, the spring can be a great time as the water levels are historically low. The bugs came early this year but with our recent cooler weather, it is tolerable.
    Sincerely, Alan Zoellner

  • Photo of The Andy

    The Andy May 9, 2015

    Thanks Alan, I'm glad to hear that. For the most part the bugs are tolerable, but there are a couple of spots where they get pretty thick.

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